|Seafood Kuey Tiau @RM4.50|
Overall: 4/5 - This kuey tiau is really must try! The "wok hei" is just perfect even though they ran out of oysters. My sister does not eat oysters anyway so it is perfect for her. So she had 80% of it and I am happy she did.
|Honey BBQ Chicken Wing @RM2.00/piece|
Overall: 4/5 - Another must order food there. There are plenty of BBQ wing stalls, the tips is simple. Just find the stall has the most people order. Their chicken are quite meaty and I love the slight honey taste combined with the BBQ taste which roams in your mouth so well.
|Portuguese Grilled Fish @RM24.00|
Overall: 2/5 - I saw a lot of people ordering this on their table so I thought it should be nice but disappointingly, there are nothing special about it for me to impress. All I can say is just a over-priced fish.
|Bamboo Chicken @RM15.00|
Overall: 3/5 - Talking about Kuching specialty, here is another one which is called the Bamboo chicken which is the famous food for the natives Iban people. I like the soup very much which has full of lemongrass taste but my sister not really into the soup. Too herbal for her...she said. As for the chicken, quite soft and tender but very less meat and most of it are bones. RM15.00 is not really worth it. However, it is worth to try.
|This is the stall selling the bamboo chicken and also salt baked chicken.|
|Closer shot on the process of making the bamboo chicken. As you can see the soup and the chickens are all inside the bamboos.|
Food Serving Speed: Moderate
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